Electronic signatures have a major role to play in the future of land registration. We're working to ensure everyone can trust the security and usability of their signature, regardless of which platform they wish to use for signing.
Law and practice
We know that delays cause frustrations for everyone. In order to speed up the time to process applications and reduce delays, we’ve collated some top tips for our customers.
We have devised the new form RXC to use when a consent or a certificate is needed to comply with a restriction in the register. Use of the form is optional but has the advantage of ensuring consents and certificates are correct first time.
Our new digital identity standard provides clarity for technology developers to develop new tools for conveyancers, bringing increased security and convenience.
Requisitions have a clear impact on our services so we have a number of projects to help reduce the burden.
Sending certified copies of deeds with first registration applications is faster, more secure and less costly than lodging original documents. Here’s how to make the most of the opportunity.
We are seeking feedback on our draft standard for digital identity checking, designed to support the development of new and accessible services for conveyancers.
An update on the speed of our service and measures we’re taking to continue to improve.
Witnessed electronic signatures are already being used by customers and look to be a credible long-term option. Find out more about the process and what happens next.
We have issued new guidance on accepting electronic signatures. During the consultation on this guidance, a few key questions were raised.